You make a 2-state compromise less likely by trying to appeal toextremists using their own dogma... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ash
    • 24.12.12 | 15:55 (IST)

    There is no end to the religious counter arguments extremists are capable of making and attempting to "speak their language" only strengthens them. If you want to build public support for a 2-state solution, focus on the Center. You must begin the process of marginalizing the extremists by convincing the Center that the extremist viewpoint is invalid and dangerous. Religious arguments will not work with the Center. Best to stick to pragmatic security issues/measures, especially the long-term view of Israel's security.

    from the article: The real Likud
    First published 03:30 24.12.12 | Last updated 03:30 24.12.12
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